A group of nine long Arabic poems, or qasida, that have come down from the time before Islam. Each is considered the best work of these pre-Islamic poets. The name means "The Suspended Odes" or "The Hanging Poems", the traditional explanation being that these poems were hung on or in the Ka'ba at Mecca.
A selection of wisdom poems by Al Shafi'i. Al Shafi'i was active in juridical matters and his teaching eventually led to the Shafi'i school of fiqh (or Madh'hab) named after him.
A classical collection of romantic and love stories about the women. The Author; Abu'l-Faraj Ibn Aljawzi was born in Bagdad in 1116. He was an Islamic scholar whose family traces their lineage back to that of Abu Bakr, the famous first caliph.
This audiobook is the full chapter talking about Al Hajj from the famous book Fiqh-us-Sunnah. It was authored by the late Sheikh Sayyid Sabiq. Fiqh-us-Sunnah is considered a main reference for the Islamic Fiqh or Jurisprudence regarding worship acts such as prayers, fasting, Zakah, Umrah, Hajj and other rulings related to the Shariah (Islamic law).
This audiobook lists and explains the Islamic provisions related to fasting in Ramadan. It aims to help listeners get all of the benefits out of fasting based on the related obligatory and preferred rules and provisions. It also clarifies the soft provisions for the ease of fasting showing mercy for Islam.